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The Airspace Operations Laboratory (AOL) hosted NASA’s Scalable Traffic Management for Emergency Response Operations (STEReO) partner workshop
(Feb 24, 2020)
NASA’s Scalable Traffic Management for Emergency Response Operations (STEReO) partner workshop was held on February 11-13, 2020 at NASA Ames Research Center at Moffett Field, California.

Over the course of three days, researchers, emergency responders, industry, universities, and other government agencies participated in breakout sessions, presentations, and panels to learn more about current-day emergency response efforts and STEReO’s mission to apply NASA technologies to emergency response operations.

Natural Disasters are costing the US billions annually and have resulted in substantial loss of life. Existing disaster response requires extensive manual collaboration and cooperation from a wide coalition of agencies and companies, which is more challenging in a limited communication infrastructure. STEReO brings together several technologies in Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Traffic Management (UTM), Autonomy, Communications, Human Factors, and Domain Expertise & Tools, aimed at providing scalability and flexibility, as well as operational resiliency to dynamic changes during a disaster event.

To learn more about the STEReO workshop, please visit the STEReO workshop page- https://hsi.arc.nasa.gov/groups/AOL/research/stereo_workshop.php.

To learn more about the STEReO project, please visit the STEReO project page- https://hsi.arc.nasa.gov/groups/AOL/research/stereo.php.
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